Langley Walkabout will wrap up at Mo’s tonight

The Langley Chamber Merchants Committee will hold its May Walkabout tonight starting at 5:30 p.m.

The Langley Chamber Merchants Committee will hold its May Walkabout tonight starting at 5:30 p.m.

The walkabout kicks off at the Porter Building on the corner of Third and Anthes streets at Island Pilates Center, with Leslie Larch. It then crosses the hall to Whidbey Island Yoga, with Amanda Murphy. The Whidbey Children’s Theater will provide a serenade by the girls in their “Quilters” rehearsal and wrap up the walkabout before heading over to Mo’s Pub & Eatery for a social gathering. Maureen Cooke and her staff are ready to host the fun event.

The Merchant Walkabouts were created as a way to meet local merchants and get to know what Langley businesses have to offer.

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